Our family has always been dedicated to agriculture with a Langa and peasant DNA. We are in Treiso, a township that became independent from Barbaresco in 1957, and which is in the heart of the production zone of one of the top three Italian DOCG, King Nebbiolo. It is the grape varietal that more than any other has defined and will continue to define the history of our hills and of the national and international wine making. We are the heirs of this land and of this vine.
The spirit of continuous research in the vineyard, and afterwards in the cellar, plus passion, commitment and innovative dynamism are the firm bases that we combine with the pride of having reached the third generation of viticulturists. Our philosophy has not changed, however: we focus only on original varietals that are typical of our land, particularly Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto, which make up about 85% of our production. All the grapes that we use come from the 38 hectares that we own. We are able, with the help of knowledgeable colleagues, to directly supervise the entire production cycle, from pruning to marketing of 250,000 bottles every year.
Dolcetto d'Alba Augenta of Pelissero turns out to be every year important wine for structure and complexity. Old warhorse and one of their flagship wines expresses every year at best what are the great potential of Dolcetto. The low yields and suitable climatic conditions allow emphasizing fruit, tannic sweetness and harmony. Technical sheet
Tulin is the name with which since 2001 Pelissero decided to identify, the previous Barbaresco hitherto nameless. It has the name of the vineyard of origin of the grapes, in order to give it an identity valued by property whose microclimate and exposure are an arrangement of undoubted quality. Austerity typical of Nebbiolo. Technical sheet
Pelissero to produce this Langhe Nebbiolo uses grapes from year to year ritene not suitable to produce Barbaresco. Good persistence on the palate with the presence of light tannic notes typical of the young Nebbiolo, well surrounded by wood and other gustatory components of wine (proteins, mineral salts and trivalent alcohol). Technical sheet